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updated 10:34 AM EDT, Fri January 17, 2020
After weeks of pledging that they would hold a quick trial with no witnesses from either side in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, Republicans — from Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on down — are sending public... Read Full Story ››
The killing of Qassim Soleimani in Baghdad on Thursday was a lawful act, wholly compatible with President Donald Trump's responsibilities... Read More ››
GOP Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri is prepared to file a motion to dismiss the two articles of impeachment passed in the House last month. Read... Read More ››
The year started with a record-breaking government shutdown and is ending with the third presidential impeachment in U.S. history — in between an... Read More ››
House Democrats closed the first session of the 116th Congress with a celebratory press conference touting the party’s legislative achievements of... Read More ››
President Trump condemned the FBI employees implicated in the findings of the Justice Department inspector general report on the origins of the... Read More ››
Democratic Virginia Rep. Abigail Spanberger was lambasted by constituents this week over her support for the impeachment inquiry into President Donald... Read More ››
The top leaders of DHS and ICE visited Raleigh, North Carolina, on Monday to discuss immigration enforcement with local elected officials and to hear from... Read More ››
Former President Barack Obama reportedly told a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate that his former Vice President Joe Biden doesn't have what it... Read More ››
A moderate Democrat in Pennsylvania’s state Senate from an area that shifted decisively to support Donald Trump in 2016’s... Read More ››
More independents oppose the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump than support them, according to a recent poll conducted after the... Read More ››
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